Test Center hours:
Monday - 9:30 am - 4:30 pm
Tuesday - 9:30 am - 4:30 pm
Wednesday - 9:30 am - 4:30 pm
Thursday - 9:30 am - 4:30 pm
Friday - 9:30 am - 2:00 pm
Other testing hours by special appointment only.
(The Test Center is open for scheduled test, even when the Adult Education is on a 2 hour delay.)
FOR MORE INFORMATION OR TO REGISTER FOR EXAMS,
CLICK ON LINKS AT RIGHT OR CONTACT US AT
(740) 455-3111, EXT. #6620 OR BY EMAIL
Sondra Paazig, Lead Test Center Proctor
Shannon DiVincenzo, Test Center Proctor
Pearson Vue (Site ID 48324): Pearson VUE delivers exams for GED®
Test, The National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians, Cisco, Sun Microsystems - SAI, CompTIA, IBM, NCLEX, The American College, NASD, the UK Teacher Training Agency, Siemens, SCP, TIA, GIAC, Siebel Systems and many other testing programs. To find out which exams are available at our location, visit the PearsonVue website at http://pearsonvue.com//programs. Fees vary based on exam.
WorkKeys: These skill assessments will help employers screen, hire or promote employees. Job seekers who complete these assessments can document their skill level in Applied Math, Locating Information or/and Reading for Information, which improves their chances of being hired. Other skill assessments can be given per request. These assessments are given in booklet format. Call to schedule exam dates and times.
ACT: The ACT College Entrance Exam is offered at this site. Register online at http://www.act.org/ or with your guidance counselor.
ACT Testing Dates
April 13, 2019**
June 8, 2019
July 13, 2019**
(**Note: Mid-East Adult Education will not host any testing during
February, April and July, please refer to ACT online for testing sites in the area.)
Mid-East CTC Adult Education, also, serves an authorized testing site for the State of Ohio Fire Testing, National Healthcare Association (NHA), Certiport, National Center for Competency Testing (NCCT), National Occupational Competency Testing Institute (NOCTI) and North American Techician Excellence (NATE), MedCA and the High School Equivalency Testing for Hi-Set and GED.